Category: Fraud

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Fraudulent Transactions

There are four types of fraudulent transactions, sometimes referred to as fraudulent conveyances or fraudulent transfers. Transfers Made with the Intent to Defraud Creditors. The first type of fraudulent transfer is one made with the actual intent to defraud creditors.  The creditors for whose protection these types of fraudulent transfers apply are not limited to […]

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Employment law

Were You Fraudulently Induced To Move From One City To Another To Accept Employment?

Under California law, it is unlawful for an employer to induce a prospective employee to move from one place to another through fraudulent representations or promises. Labor Code section 970 provides in pertinent part: “No person, or agent or officer thereof, directly or indirectly, shall influence, persuade, or engage any person to change from one […]

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